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Microsoft mixes a projector with Kinect, Amazon sinks its teeth into Netflix with Shark Week, and Google is planning a major revamp for its search engine.
We were pretty shocked to find the announcement on Reuters that Verizon will get the Palm Pre in six months. Color us shocked. Also Time Warner and AOL are breaking up. It's for the best. And Natali calls Brian Tong short. Wow. Pot call the kettle black much?
Today's episode of CNET's The 404 Podcast features a pink Ouija Board, the newest Facebook meme, search engine profiling, and Google's latest mapping feature that waves good-bye to your shopping privacy.
Microsoft could be readying the next Xbox for this time next year, 3D printing comes to Staples and we say goodbye to Nintendo Power.
Say goodbye to irrelevant search results. Veronica shows you how to find what you're looking for faster with this hidden tool in Google's image search.
In the sorrowful but uproarious penultimate episode of the scrappy Internet game show that could, we bet on whether tattoos will soon answer phone calls; Microsoft is getting in the gaming helmet business; iPhone 5 will have a bigger Retina Display; and Sony will release this old new Chromebook from the distant past.
Goodbye CLK series, hello one hot-looking German hardtop.
Who in the world spends the most time online, which Facebook games have captivated our dollars and minutes, and why Microsoft will be saying goodbye to the Superbowl of tech, the Consumer Electronics Show.
Slavery and Sorrow filmed in a dramatic fantasy way. Short version of Shaday.
At the 2011 Frankfurt auto show, Ferrari unveiled the 458 Spider, a sleek convertible that just happened to win the coveted International Engine of the Year award.